Ready, Set, Submit!
Oct, 05 2018 | no responses
On the faces of my students when I suggest they submit their work for publication: flattery, confusion. And I get it—no one taught me how to submit, how to find journals I admire, how to know when a piece is ready. The prospect can be daunting when you’re starting out.
Horror Poetry, Women, and a Pittsburgh Mini-Haunting
Sep, 21 2018 | no responses
As the writer holding power, women might offer alternative representations of women within the actual content or use their power to communicate their powerlessness.
July 2018 Podcast: Summer Issue Preview
Jul, 25 2018 | no responses
In our July episode, editor-in-chief Stephanie G’Schwind, incoming podcast editor Evan Senie, and poet and MFA candidate Margaret Browne join podcast editor Meghan Pipe to give a preview of the fiction, nonfiction, and poetry in the new Summer 2018 issue. Listen to the podcast here: Episode 38. Become a subscriber to the Colorado Review podcast! […]
April 2018 Podcast: A Pocket-Sized Poetry Episode
Apr, 30 2018 | no responses
Our short and sweet April episode features poems from the pages of Colorado Review, each chosen and read by a staff member of the journal. Listen to the podcast for poems by Shauna Barbosa, Ansley Clark, Paige Lewis, Luiza Flynn-Goodlett, and Isaac Ginsberg Miller: Episode 35. Become a subscriber to the Colorado Review podcast! Just […]
On Poets New to Poetry
Apr, 13 2018 | no responses
In poetry, the ideas that exceed us are like yeast in dough—gritty bits that irritate, germinate, and give the product its full flesh.
The Intersection of Poetry and Comics
Apr, 05 2018 | one response
It is indeed possible to meld the low and the high, to translate poetry into a visual medium with goals both instructional and entertaining.